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Gentle Wind Project Entry on the group at Cults.co.nz, a websites about "cults, sects, religions, Christian organizations, and other groups." Site operator Ian Manders was among those sued by The Gentle Wind Project for posting information about the group at his site. Manders, whose website is located in New Zealand, has not responded to the lawsuit or to The Gentle Wind's threats The Gentle Wind Project (Contra) by Ivan Fraser
Editor of The Truth Campaign magazine &
Steve Gamble, of Equilibra. The Truth Campaign magazine, issue 25 – Autumn 2002. Note: The Gentle Wind Project's lawsuit against Ivan and Steve was dismissed from court. Gentle Wind Project - a charitable foundation or a cult? Links and comments from Canadian Quakery Watch The Gentle Wind Project: A Healing Technology (Pro) Published online by Positive Health, the "Complimentary Medicine Magazine." Article written by Mary Miller, co-founder and co-leader of the Gentle Wind Project. "Gentle Wind Project" Exposed (Contra) by Dave Touretzky, Research Professor in the Computer Science Department and the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition at Carnegie Mellon University.
The Gentle Wind Project sells "healing instruments" that they claim were designed by benevolent space aliens who communicate telepathically with their leader, John Miller. One of these instruments is a hockey puck that sold for $300 to $450. (Newer puck models sell for as much as $5850, and other designs go for even more!) We have obtained an early model puck and photographed the insides.
This information has been compiled, edited, and written by Judy Garvey and Jim Bergin -- both former members of the Gentle Wind Project -- based on their personal experiences with the group and its leaders from 1983-2000 (as members) and from 2000-2005 (after leaving the group). Information has also been gathered from stories of personal experiences of other GWP former and present members.
This discussion group is for people who have been scammed by the so called "healing instruments" sold by the Gentle Wind Project. This group is a resource for people to discuss their experiences, share evidence and raise public awareness about this group.
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